Author: Neil Brice

Easter 3 5th May

Awakening; a new way of seeing by Helen Randall Learning the names of the children in my class, when I was a primary school teacher, was an important way of helping the children settle in at the start of the

Fourth Before Lent. 10th February

I had thought last week that I was drawing a line under the Epiphany as we gathered for the Presentation of Christ in the Temple. The thought that we had seen the manifestation of God (Epiphany) and then witnessed the

Feast of Presentation 3rd Feburary

Pewsheet for 3rd Feb

Sermon for the Feast of the Presentation

Well we have seen this coming… here we are in the Temple presenting Jesus again. Simeon and Anna who have been waiting for the fulfilment of God all their lives are here too and they recognise this fulfilment in Jesus.

Fourth Sunday of Epiphany

sermon: Sermon For Fourth Sunday of Epiphany 2019 Lerwick I must say that I have been both fascinated and challenged by the exploration of Epiphany this year. Today this time is drawing to a conclusion, with the finale next week

Pewsheet for 27th January 2019

Pewsheet for 27Jan

sermon for 3rd Sunday of Epiphany

Water into wine? Following on from last week (how could I resist?) but without the flipchart! We encounter the infamous story today of Jesus turning a considerably large quantity of water into the best wine that people at a wedding

Sermon for Sunday 18th November

Sermon for 2nd Sunday before Advent (B)   These weeks before Advent, known to us now as “the kingdom season” it is the time we direct our thoughts to what we mean as the victory of Christ. What exactly is

Sermon Sunday 14th October

Today’s gospel is very familiar territory. Lots of well worn phrases including that enigmatic image of the camel and the eye of a needle and again all things are possible for God. The first will be last and the last

Sermon for Trinity 15 September 9th

Sermon For Trinity 15 Yr B 2018 Lerwick All of us love to be noticed, to be recognised, to be understood, and to be loved. We actually need this. True enough there are times when we want to be able